Chief Editor Welcome to NAIRJC WORKPLACE WOES ON WOMEN

Rama Singh, Ahmad Bilal, Malik, Mani Nagendra, Honorary Trapathi, Ashak Dr, Malik Hussain, Adgaonkar Ganesh, Somanath Reddy, R Sharma, R Pandday, Head (+16 others)
2016 unpublished
The greatest assailant against realizing our fundamental right to equality and dignity in our everyday spaces, including home or workplaces, is often the forbearing by standers. As more and more women are going out to work, they face an increasing risk of being subjected to some sort of sexual harassment. According to the protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 "human rights" means the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the constitution or
more » ... stitution or embodied in the International covenants and enforceable by Courts in India. It is necessary and expedient for employers in work places as well as other responsible persons or institutions to observe certain guidelines to ensure the prevention of sexual harassment of women as to live with dignity is a human right guaranteed by our Constitution. This article focuses on problems at workplace; the prospect of defending a workplace class action inspires fear and loathing in all employers and with good reason. Workplace woe is attracting rising identification and is an issue of concern for human resource managers and other actors in employment relations.
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